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CAL-POLY, SAN LUIS OBISPO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT ME 211 STATICS SYLABUS FALL 2010 Text: . Instructor: Terry Cooke (Terry) Office/Phone: 192-106D, (805) 776-3842 Email: tcooke@calpoly.edu Please check your Email/Blackboard for messages I may send/post for the class, and for your current grades. Grading: HW………………………………. Quizzes…………………………. .. Midterms. .………………………. . Passing Final Grade……………… 10% 30% 30% 30% Homework is due at the beginning of class . No late HW will be accepted. Homework solutions must be neat and legible and must include ALL the information from the problem statement and a good figure ( Follow the format of the example problem posted on blackboard ) . Solutions to the HW problems will be posted on blackboard after they have been handed in. YOU are responsible for making sure you understand the correct solution. STAPLE your homework Office hours: W: 10:30am – 11:30am Th: 01:30pm – 03:30pm F: 10:30am – 11:30am DATE TOPIC READ HW PROBLEMS HW DUE & QUIZ 9/20 Introduction 1.1-1.6 HW1 Handout 1 9/22 Forces in a plane 2.1-2.8 HW2 2:9, 19, 30, 42 9/24 Forces in space 2.12- HW3 2:72, 76, 94 1-2 9/27 Moment of a force (2D) 3.6-3.8 HW4 3:2, 8, 13 Q1 2 9/29 Moment of a force (3D) 3.6-3.11 HW5 3:23, 25, 26, 47 10/01 Moment of a Couple (2D and 3D) 3.12- HW6 3:55, 73, 78 3-5 10/04 Equivalent force-couple systems
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2010 for the course ME 211 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '05 term at Cal Poly.

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